Invitation to attend
Organisational change is often seen as something to be dreaded, anticipated as a process which will not go well, nobody wants it and a sense of 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it'.
Too often, organisations only change when changes are thrust upon them in the most tragic of ways. It took the suicide of a headteacher for the Ofsted organisation in the UK to make changes to their approach to inspections for instance.
However, organisational change may also be viewed through the lens of learning and development, a positive thing if only people knew how to manage the process well. Ways that account for what is working and effective but ways that also highlight what is being discounted, ignored as 'too tricky'. Aspects of work which are being discounted need to be surfaced and managed effectively.
After all, if they are not surfaced, they can be ignored until they hit you in the face .....
Aims and intentions
This course will look at organisational change with discussions and activities and focussing on:
All the workshops on the TA Practitioner programme are conducted online.
Participants receive a comprehensive workshop paper prior to the workshop, in order for them to read and reflect on the TA subjects which will be discussed online. This means that the brain is already making connections even before the workshop takes place!
The five hour workshops will then provide an opportunity for discussion of the theory, time to ask questions, make links, work on activities to stimulate thinking and to work out the ways in which to apply the learning to your professional practice, or your own personal development.
Lynda Tongue is a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst in the organisational field. She qualified at this level in 2013, and has delivered workshops from Nashville to St Petersberg. She is passionate about sharing the concepts of Transactional Analysis with coaches, trainers, teachers, consultants - anybody who has an interest in helping others and personal development.